Pretoria – At the end of an epic era in 2015, HomeComing Events (Pty) Ltd announced the last edition of their flagship HomeComing Picnic event.
This announcement left many patrons and punters in the entertainment industry baffled as many believed the brand to be at its peak.
At the time of the final picnic in October 2015, HomeComing Events CEO, Katlego Malatji explained that the company felt the need to take their brand to the next level and develop a concept that would place them on an international level to compete with renowned events and festivals.
“On the success of our previous flagship event, Homecoming Picnic, we are launching HomeComing Africa (HCA) on October the 1st, 2016. This event will be bigger and better in every aspect than the last picnic. We are expecting a crowd of about sixteen thousand and based off previous events hosted by HomeComing Events at the Silver Falcon rugby club; we have assessed that the venue capacity will be able to accommodate us comfortably,” expresses HomeComing Events CEO, Katlego Malatji.
HomeComing Africa is an intangible benchmark for how far HomeComing Events has come with the South African youth and the influence the company has had on ‘Shifting The Culture’. The brand has grown with its patrons and has seen exponential growth. “With our innovative concepts and approach, we aim to amalgamate African cultures and bring internationals to experience Africa as they never have before” expresses HomeComing Events Co-Founder, Neo Moela.
Living in an era of global culture it has allowed HomeComing Events to break free from cultural and sovereign limitations. Today’s youth refuse to be bound to the singularity of previous generations and as such are looking for spaces in which to express their individual diversity and be a reflection of the continental diversity. HomeComing Events, aim to make HomeComing Africa an embodiment of these very ideals which resonate so much with their target market.
HomeComingAfrica is set to be one of the biggest music festivals in South Africa and aims to grow into one of the biggest on the continent. This event will set the tone for what HomeComing Events is trying to achieve throughout the country and the rest of the continent, as the name suggests.
The HomeComingAfrica line up boasts of a mix of local and International acts and as always, the surprise act which you do not want to miss out on.
Tickets officially go on sale from tomorrow at 12:00pm and are available at www.ticketpro.co.za
Early Bird: R250
General Ticket: R350
Cooler Box: R160
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